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[–] RollinDaGrassTyson 6 points -6 points (+0|-6) ago 

There are three possibilities here:

  1. You found yourself aghast when some piece of proprietary shitware that you absolutely cannot live without somehow failed to work right on an operating system for which it was never designed to run and has no official support for. Surprise, surprise. i.e. you have shit taste in software.

  2. You grew frustrated trying to run Linux on hardware whose designers in some way precluded competing OSes from running properly on select hardware either by neglect or malicious intent. i.e. you have shit taste in hardware.

  3. You are not technically literate enough to install and maintain an operating system on your own, please refer to one of the myriad of manufactures selling working, warrantied, out-of-the-box supported Linux devices for normies.


[–] Plavonica 0 points 6 points (+6|-0) ago 

You are the reason linux doesn't have good market share. I use whichever OS is needed for programing and work. I typically bounce between all the major OSes. I don't want to spend my valuable time fucking with it. Yes, I know how to fix it, but it is more productive if I don't have to fix it in the first fucking place. People like you who expect everyone to be a fucking linux system master with 30 years experiance just to do a god damned job are fucking cancer.

Go eat a bag of nigger dicks you fuckin heeb.


[–] N0F4TCH1X 0 points 1 points (+1|-0) ago 

''its easy just type: sudo skjhds223-43654- df148 fndkfjn dj dkjdjfkj h ,jdsnfkjsdh -+-**-/-++ in the terminal and its done''

fucking linux people, yeas I want it to be better than windows but for now its good for browsing the web and thats about it.


[–] 4775795f4d616e 0 points 3 points (+3|-0) ago 

I think it's pretty reasonable to expect things to function properly.